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Classic Boat Show and Small Craft Festival
21 June
South Haven, Michigan

The John Gardner Small Craft Workshop
29 June
WoodenBoat Show
Mystic, CT



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Boatbuilding at the Library of Congress

The Truth About Cold Water

Drowning Doesn't Look Like Drowning

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Traditional Small Craft

19th-century America saw the development of boats that rank as some of the most beautiful, most efficient, and most perfectly adapted boats ever conceived. Catboats, Whitehalls, wherries, peapods, dories, sharpies -- the list is seemingly endless and filled with wildly different designs and uses that share one thing in common: they each represent a long line of development that resulted in boats that were, and remain, virtually unsurpassable for their intended purposes...
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-- Larry Feeney


Current News


TSCA Now on Facebook

TSCA now has a Group Page on Facebook that will give us yet another method of advertising & highlighting events, showing off individual's new boats, and publicizing chapter activities.

The main page is a public discussion page, and can be used much like our current Yahoo Groups forums.

Each chapter and each builder can create his own photo album using the "Add Photo / Video" menu button, then the option to create an album. First one in each chapter to upload a photo should create a discrete album with the chapter name. Others can add to the album later.

Use the "Events" tab to automatically notify all group members of upcoming events.

You can reach the group under any of the "Find us on Facebook" logos in the menu bars or at
https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSCA.group/
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